What do Rosa Parks, graffiti dicks, Major Tom and Keith Moon all have in common? On paper you probably couldn’t think of an awful lot, but if you give King Kong Company‘s eclectic new single My Name is Now a listen then you’ll suddenly realise that they all make sense when grouped into one collection of absurdist references.
Here at All Things Loud we’re premiering the band’s latest video, for the aforementioned track, and it’s courtesy of the lovely people at Gentlemen Recordings and filmmaker Coin Shanahan. Check it out below.
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